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Waggonner & Ball Architects

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Architect David Waggonner is president of Waggonner & Ball Architects in New Orleans, Louisiana.

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Yesterday, on the fifth anniversary of Hurricane Katrina, President Obama was in New Orleans to  address  a crowd at Xavier University.

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Yesterday, on the fifth anniversary of Hurricane Katrina, President Obama was in New Orleans to address a crowd at Xavier University.

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Yesterday, on the fifth anniversary of Hurricane Katrina, President Obama was in New Orleans to address a crowd at Xavier University.

Hurricane Protection Diminished by Eroding Wetlands in the Gulf

Yesterday, on the fifth anniversary of Hurricane Katrina, President Obama was in New Orleans to address a crowd at Xavier University.

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